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 E-mobility / Autonomous Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Hino (Toyota Group)

Profia Hybrid

2019 A heavy-duty hybrid truck
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Hino (Toyota Group)

Blue Ribbon Hybrid

2015 A heavy-duty hybrid bus
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Hino (Toyota Group)

Dutro Hybrid

2011 A light-duty hybrid truck
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 News
Aug 05, 2021

On August 4, Meritor, Inc. announced that Hino will be evaluating and testing Meritor's ePowertrain for its development path to zero emissions vehicles (ZEV).
Meritor has been a long-standing key supplier for Hino Motors Manufacturing North America for dressed axles on its medium-duty truck models.
With this new collaboration both companies look to expand advanced, electrified drive systems to further zero-emissions development.
Examples of Meritor's electrified solutions include its all-electric, fully integrated, ePowertrain for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles.
Key advantages of Meritor's ePowertrain over remote mount systems include tighter turning radius, increased room between frame rails for additional battery capacity, and lighter weight (up to 800 lbs.).
(Meritor press release on August 4, 2021)

Aug 02, 2021

On August 2, 2021, Hino Motors, Ltd. announced it will temporarily suspend vehicle production at Koga Plant in Japan, due to a parts shortage caused by the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southeast Asia.
The Koga Plant will suspend production from the second shift on August 4 to the second shift on August 6 (total  5 shifts). The plant is producing heavy-duty trucks (Hino Profia/Hino 700 Series) and medium-duty trucks (Hino Ranger/Hino 500 Series).
(Hino Motors release on August 2, 2021)

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Jul 30, 2021

On July 29, 2021, Hino Motors, Ltd. announced its consolidated net sales for the first quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2022 (April 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021) totaled JPY 343.5 billion based on new standard (old standard: 411.1 billion, up 36.9%).
Operating income totaled JPY 16.2 billion, due to the recovery of sales, favorable exchange rate and others (For the first quarter of FY2020, operating loss totaled JPY 10.6 billion). Profit attributable to owners of parent was JPY 6.3 billion (For the first quarter of FY2020, net loss totaled JPY 8.1 billion).
Global unit sales increased by 30.0% year-on-year to 36,301 units. In Japan, the unit sales of heavy- and medium-duty trucks declined, but the unit sales of light-duty trucks increased. As a result, the total unit sales in Japan increased by 3.0% to 12,887 units. Overseas unit sales increased by 52.0
to 23,414 units, recovering to the level in FY2019.
As for the full-year forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2022 (April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022), Hino projects net sales of JPY 1,330.0 billion, operating income of JPY 47.0 billion, and profit attributable to owners of parent of JPY 11.0 billion. Global unit sales are estimated to be 150,000 vehicles, up 5.2% year-on-year.
(Based on Hino's Financial Report)